HNSC 5250 Integrative Nutrition and Functional Foods
3 hours; 3 credits
Students will develop a fundamental understanding of the role of Integrative and functional nutrition including complementary modalities, whole foods and plant-based medicines and their effects on health, nutritional status and disease prevention. Students will use research skills to examine, interpret, and evaluate scientific research for practical application in the field of nutrition and dietetics in a culminating paper.
Prerequisite: Biology 1001, 1002, or 1010; Health and Nutrition Sciences 2220, 2221, 2210, 2300, 3300
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